The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

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Franklin Library, 1979 - Statesmen - 215 pages
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This autobiography includes the founding father's views on such topics as religion, war, education, and women.

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Very nice insights into this great man's life. - Goodreads
Can be hard to read at times but definately worth it. - Goodreads
Poet like story telling, perfect literature - Goodreads
A Great Book selection when I was in high school. - Goodreads
I enjoy his writing style. - Goodreads
It is more like episodic life stories with commentary. - Goodreads

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Franklin's sentence structure and word choice are beautifully simple and clear while still reflecting his brilliance, but his overall style is difficult to follow. His train of thought isn't always ... Read full review

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I have always been very skeptical of self-help books. I read The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey on the recommendation of a friend. Covey openly admitted that Benjamin ... Read full review

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